Amit Shah blames PDP for ignoring Jammu and Ladakh, in a rally

is in this context that the decision to quit the alliance was taken, he said

In his first visit to Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP chief Amit Shah explained the party’s decision to walk out of Mehbooba Mufti government.

He went ahead and accused the PDP of ignoring the interests of Jammu and Ladakh.

It need be mentioned that BJP finds its vote based mostly out of Jammu and Ladakh.

Amit Shah, in his address, said that while Prime Minister Modi sent in crores of rupees for the development of J&K the local PDP led government ignored the interests of Jammu and Ladakh.

It is in this context that the decision to quit the alliance was taken, he said.

Amit Shah attacked both the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and the National Conference (NC).

The two families from NC & PDP ruled J&K for three generations but never did anything for Pashmina or Pampore haat.

The BJP chief was addressing a rally to mark “historic martyrdom anniversary” of Jana Sangh founder Syama Prasad Mookerjee.

Amit Shah praised Syama Prasad Mookerjee for integrating Kashmir with India.

The BJP chief slammed Rahul Gandhi over the remarks made by Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad and Saiffudin Soz over Kashmir, and said “Rahul should apologize for the statements made by his party leaders.”

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